Friday, January 28, 2011

Mix & Match Designs: How it Works, part 4

Today we have part 4 of the mix & match design series, where I'll show you how a monogram can be used in place of a motif.
As you know by now, each mix & match order includes your choice of one motif. Well, what if you don't want to use a motif, and would like to have a monogram instead? No worries, it can be done! If you like, you can choose a ready made monogram from the traditional category  instead of your motif.

The fourth mix & match design example makes use of a monogram, TRA-041, in place of a motif. An elegant mix of fonts—Titling Font 3, Ornamental Font 1, Ornate Script 1, and Script 6—compliment the monogram. The example is shown in the colors Gold and Black.

These examples show how a monogram can take the place of a motif in your design for an elegant and classy look. Depending on the size and placement of the monogram, it can either be the bold focal point of the design, or an elegant embellishment. 
The designs below also showcase a variety of ways to combine fonts in your design, for stationery that is unique, while still having a traditional feel. For additional font combination, head over to the suggested font combinations page on Belletristics' website!

Have any questions? Feel free to contact me at sarah[!@] Or if you're ready to order, you can start off by reading through the mix & match design process, then pick out your colors, fontsmotifspatterns, and borders, and finally, fill out the mix & match order form.

Make sure to check back on Monday for the fifth and final part in the mix & match design series, where you'll get to see a few of the many possible options for creating a mix & match monogram.

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